The DEA is arguing in federal court that THC levels above 0.3% are illegal, even if they come from hemp extractions. Hemp operators point out that often times low-THC hemp goes “hot”, or above the legal threshold, during the extraction process. This case will have lasting implications for the cannabis industry in the United States. DEA’s decision could mean that hemp operators will have to increase their THC testing and compliance measures, in order to avoid federal prosecution.
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Extracted from the 4/20 Special: https://youtu.be/L1FfvJU63b4
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